from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Completely covering a floor: wall-to-wall carpeting.
- adj. Informal Present or spreading throughout an entire area: wall-to-wall people at the reception.
- adj. Informal Found everywhere or including everything; pervasive: wall-to-wall luxury.
- n. A carpet that completely covers a floor.
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- adj. that covers all of the floor of a room
- adj. pervasive or ubiquitous
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In an era of wall-to-wall by-the-books crime procedurals, The Killing reminds us that in the real world here, a constantly raining Seattle, violent death is devastating, anything but routine.
The marriage is bound to get wall-to-wall coverage.
However, the solution is simple: just ring up FOX, and they will provide at least a week of wall-to-wall coverage slamming the President's speech.
The first venture of its kind, the network is a joint effort between the University of Texas and ESPN to bring wall-to-wall coverage of all things Texas to television screens nationwide.
You think states should do the governing wall-to-wall.
Closet walls behind compositions of paneled wood, benches with flip-up tops, and linear wall-to-wall cabinets provide convenient storage.
Every local television news organization went into "wall-to-wall coverage," as did the cable news channels.
The project features some other social network characteristics such as a Facebook-like wall-to-wall comment system and the chance to aggregate online discussions taking place on forums or Orkut.
It gives me energy, Pawlenty said of his wall-to-wall campaigning as he leaned back in a chair during an Associated Press interview as a 15-hour campaign day wound down.
This has huge implications, but got relatively little media play while cable news was busy giving wall-to-wall coverage to assorted sex scandals.